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open one day after security guards had to use pepper spray against protestors. >> reporter: this is youtube video of the confrontation at first you see protestors with signs lined up to enter and air and space museum. >>> repeated calls for medic and water here is what a spokesperson for the smithsonian says happened, protestors, kept pushing and shoving after the guards told them they couldn't enter with signs. one person was sprayed by a guard and more people could have been effected. >> we opened the doors, a guard confronted us with a can of pepper spray. threatened, and we backed up. i heard stories they pepper sprayed one person, absolute nonsense. >> they were call themselves october 2011. >>> the group singled out this museum because of a drone exhibit. >> they have missiles, bombs it has become a weapons display. >> reporter: the museum shut down for the rest of the day some would be visitors and families were left in the lurch. >> we are disappointed because it is holiday weekend beautiful weather we wanted to take the day and enjoy the museum. >> and left questio
ofs here but first, -- for those of us here but first, what kind of weather can people heading out to the mall expect. looking right there, washington monument, we will check with gwen any wind out there? >> more in the higher elevations where our camera is, melanie. but winds were gusty yesterday or breezy but today things will be calmer. a great day on tap. let's begin with a look at our maps, 71 degrees at all three airports, 2 to 4 degrees just below the seasonal average, we should be 73, 74 a little more but otherwise we did very very well. right now 50 degrees national airport, 44 dulles, 51 degrees at bwi. sky conditions, absolutely sensational for today's activities down along the potomac, ridge of high pressure in control that will set us up for plenty of sunshine. mostly sunny light winds high of 57 degrees, thing -- 70 degrees. things will be very very nice back to you. >> thank you gwen. well t new martin luther memorial will be dedicated today activities begin 8:00 a.m., main program 9:00 a.m., aretha franklin headlines at 11:00 a.m., president barack obama is deliveri
: nicole who asked us not to use her last name knows how thieves broke in. >> my daughter was cooking and the house -- something burned so the house filled up with smoke so she opened up the windows and left it cracked just a little bit. >> reporter: a thief got in through the open window took the family's laptop and fled. similar crimes have been happening all over tacoma park. 14 break-ins last month most thieves got in through open windows or broke them to get in at least two burglars went in through the front door. >> kicking in of doors during the day. they seem to be targeting electronics,. >>> ward council woman colleen clay thinks the family pet makes her home less attractive to thieves she is urging her neighbors to look around their homes. >> even if they kick through the door it will get met with a chain they will not be able to breakthrough. >> sergeant john says tacoma park police will come out and do a security check for free they focus on areas thieves target. >> we start the inspection from the perimeter, we look again at the security lighting, windows, we look at the
shows us just what happened with the snow in new york city's central park. >> reporter: from maryland to maine, old man winter making a very early arrival this season,. >> i think it is crazy. >> reporter: a nor'easter bringing nearly a foot of snow to some parts of the east coast this rare october snow making a mess out of cities like pittsburgh where several inches have fallen already. in central massachusetts it has been coming down since late friday it brought down trees and knocked out power to more than a million homes up and down the east coast. in many big apple it is the first prehalloween snowfall in almost 60 yearcausing travel chaos at the three major airports. >> not happy at all. i was surprised we were having so much and it destroyed my weekend plans. >> reporter: not everyone is upset winters head start means a boost in business for this ski resort in vermont. >> since day one after tropical storm irene our infeint has to be one of -- intent has to be one of the first resorts open. >> reporter: the national weather service saying this is the most amount of snow that ha
. talking about the skins as well but first breaking news, a powerful earthquake hit turkey u.s. geological survey says it is 7.3 the epicenterrer eastern part of the country. we are getting word buildings in the center of the city of vaughn collapsed near the iranian border rescue crews are trying to save people trapped in the rubble. >>> a man who sneaked into a george washington university dorm is in custody, he may be locked up but how he was getting in may be prompting a warning. >> reporter: at george washington university student haves to swipe id cards to get into the dorm but a lot of times people follow someone in without one. >> it is hard to control the influx of people. >> reporter: called piggy backing that is how 34-year-old man got into the west end dorm and walked right into a female student's room on the 5th floor. >> she screamed, very loudly and the guy told her he would kill her if she didn't shut up. >> reporter: students in the room scuffled with the suspect and called 911 when he fled. >> she is freaked out she is okay but i am sure he will never leave her door unloc
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